In two officers of the KGB department for the Gomel region of Belarus, who were blown up by an anti-tank mine, who remained near the camp of the broken military units, writes “Nasha Niva” with reference to the source.
Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24th. The fighting has been going on for over a month now. Neighboring Belarus with Ukraine and Russia, Belarus officially does not take part in the war, Russian troops use it as a base for artillery that shells Kyiv, and wounded soldiers are treated in Belarusian hospitals.
“The Russian formation set up a camp in the forest in the Gomel region, in the area of the Polessky ecological reserve,” the source said, “Nasha Niva”. After some time, they received calls for action to the south.
According to the interlocutor of the edition, the forester came across traces of the camp, where he saw boxes with the public and said “where to go.” Two officers from the Gomel department of the KGB arrived at the scene. “They were blown up, probably by running into an anti-tank mine, which the Russians sent to the entrance to the camp.
Belarusian service of Radio Liberty the day before wrotethat on April 5, a funeral procession passed in Mozyr (a city in the Gomel region): a ritual car left the courtyard of the KGB department. Sources said that the UAZ, in which the KGB officer Andrei R. is located, was blown up in a mine near the village of Belaya Soroka, Narovlya region. According to the publication “Nasha Niva”, this is a 35-year-old KGB lieutenant colonel Andrei Reutsky.
So far, there has been no official information about the meeting with the KGB representatives.